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[TSVN] How do you backup/restore a local repository

From: Russell Munk <russ_at_salmonspc.com>
Date: 2004-10-20 19:30:51 CEST


I've set up a local repository (BDB) on my Win2K machine and
imported/checked-out my files. I now want to include the repository in
my backup. Should I just backup the repository folder? Would simply
restoring the backup restore the repository to a working condition?

There is an example in the Subversion documentation about backing up on
a Linux/Unix system using svnadmin but I haven't found anything in the
TSVN documentation (and mailing list archive) about how to do this with
a local repository.

TIA for any advice.


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